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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fRETFRA KForto 1J LEWIS PublisherA WEEKLY PAPERD TE1T0 t OEDXXXI FRANKFORT KENTUC Ii SATU F WM FlARE PUZZLED v Farmers out in the country are tjry much puzzled bver the price that irn and hogs are bringing While aei price of porkers is steadily re pedihg corn higher than is usual itor this treason of th4year as it Is iow selling in the county and city for 276 per barrel As a con e quence many of the farmers are J Wiling hogs xnow rather than feed J I them the cqjhy wisely concluding sellSIVat the prices which the latter is com tnanding at present hogs being Quoted in the market at as low as 5428 the present week i st Trial catarrh treatments are being V1 mailed put free on request by Dr l Shoop Racine Wle These testa are fi iproving toth epeopl WIthout a pen i nys cost the great value of this J iL scientific prescription known to drug j lstsoverytvhere asDrfShOO P S Ca rrh Remedy Sold by Capital Phar 1 yifN PAYS CHECKS EMPLOYES WITH L te L N pay car passed through Ity last Saturday and the large fiber of hands employed by the paidhalfsides the regular employes of the fad here many others besides who ero engaged in making the 1m proyements near the new depot came in for the same treatment The i checks given were on the Commercial t National bank of Louisville and were payable at that institution Many of the men thus paid off- EoldVthelr checks at a considerable j discount ti parties who hadther money to advance them Of course t they knew that the L N was per fectly good for any amount but some rf of them needed the money and parted with the valuable pieces of C paper handed them by the paymaster- at a liberal discount It Is pot known whether the road paid its employes over the whole length of its line in k the same manner though it is pre isumed that it did a reSitTO Z1EZ J tJ Slptvd AInUlnd 7Ii FRANKFORTS pCpRiE SALENBJBB DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Notions Cigars and Tobacco Producei Side I New June Phone lB8m 617 Old Phone 808 KODAKS GAYLE CO r EBNER june IncorporatedI LAUNDRY I The M N Laundry aims to do the best work in the State deliverPLUMBING I When in need of flrstclass new or old sanitary work kll on Chas Whitehead 104 St Giair at all times with skepticalr I OOMIIYIManufacturers of Pure t t Icqmadf from D1Rtillod eater Factory N s 102 104 108 and 108 Main Phones 89 aM 89 The and best equipped 6myu GLA FAG tj L Saturday after fight s at L the Frankforta ss Wd were laid off until fU only the day force tig dkIployed at this large and important plant does not mean that the factory will be rmina limited capacity throughout the entire season but was brought about by the lull in business caused by the late stringency in the money market now happily passing away So soon as the numerous die t tilleries in this section begin operations for the season the demand for bottles will increase very ma J terially and the glass works will no doubt then be operated By a full forcer of handsti A SIGNIFICANT PRAYER t May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salve known to aUA writes J G Jenkins of Chapel N C It quickly took the pain out ofa a felon for me and cured it in a won derfulljj short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25ctsI at all drug stores For sale by all druggists LARGE CROWD TO BE HERE MONDAY Next Monday besides being the regular county court day has also beeneetapart by the pool tobacco planters of this county for a grand rally at the courthouse at which a large number of tobacco growers will no doubt be present Distinguished speakers will be on hand to address the assemblage and the occasion promises to be fraught with benefit to the local union Tradesmen and others Interested may therefore look for the largest crowd that leas been in Frankfort for many months here ox MondayNEWSPAPER am a OFFICE BURNS The office and fixtures of the art rollton Democrat were destroyed byII fire on Sunday night last The loss was about 5000 with only about half that much Insurance The edjtor and proprietor has our sympathy He will rebuild at onc- eIROGRESS1VSOUTH E PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY Juno 156m Both Phones 17 GRUitnl StoumLanndrx OfflcoCor Laundry Fop of Ann St FRANKFORT KY jiinfc idflm In Addluoni t- oLUMBER I We sell Ham waulPlas W J SCQTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fanc Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones BridgeStreets tune lrrgm JOB PRINTINGAT ROUNDABOUT i r rk ONt r OUt forme afternoQtf every their large establ happy by the tees turkey and went ho fmes LOG TIDE IN THE KENT The Kentuck river rose Betada this point during the past few dayS couldIbehead of navigation at Irvine It Is understood that many fleets of timber found their way to the latter point and Frankfort mill men will thus be enabled to supplement their present supply even before the winter tides have set in which they usually do during the months of January and February GOVERNORCANFI DATE FOR EXECUTION The Court of Appeals has decided where a criminal is convicts nd sentenced to execution and the time fixed bythe court is passed over for any reason then it is the province of the Governor to fix the date for the execution thus ing former actions by Governorsj MERCHANTS I AmyReady To Make The Best PHOTOS GroupsIIAnd nil styles of Portraits land at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge Stg Call on the Reliable Photo grapherH G PATTERN Have you a Gas Stove If not I get one at once and save m moyI Call on us for a perfect stove at 1Ight price The Capital Gas L Electric June 168mr Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat Marketl The Best Boot Lamb Puck Fresh and Smoked Seasonlinne I Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did and will sell nothing but Straight Llq1O at GEO B SALENDER 45 SU Clair t Every thing bat the color comes out the wash if done by The Troy Laundry JOHN W QAYLE Agent Juno 156m S r l SUITSij I AT BROS stylish assQrtmcnt of bargain BRO t O 4143 WI IR 8T AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY FRANKFORTS HOSPITALITY TO BE TAXED IRepots from out in the State in many people from every section of the Commonwealta are preparing to journey to Frankfort on December th to witness the inauguration of Governor Wlllsop and the capacity 6f every hotel boardinghouse and restaurant in the city will be taxed to furnish the guests within the citys borders with accommoda tions in the way of meals and in many cases lodging They should prepare in time to meet the demands that will be made their larders and dining rooms and to it that no one goes away hun gry on a day which promises to see the Capital City fairly overrun with allI MEAT CONSUMERS HAVEAIKNOCK ft Many local meat consumers are complaining that although the price of hogs and other food animals Is de dining in price the local meat mer chants are selling their wares at al most the same price as when hoga and cattle were excessively high and s that they can get no larger pieces of1ste-ak or roast than formerly for a given sum Theres a reason they think and are puzzling their brains find out just what it isiIto PROMINENT LAWYER aIDIES Mr Asher G Caruth for many years a prominent politician and lawyer died In Louisville on Sunday last He had served as Common tr-wealths Attorney Circuit Judge and Congressman Uremic poison caused his death LADDERS Just received another new stock of 4 L ADDERS H From 10 to 80 feat long We have Building Lumber of all kinds in stock Your trade is appreciated 1 HAMMOND4C0 i CJ VVE WJI2iE PER Mr Arnold Bat it Sunday In this cityrMrs W T Scott Is visiting rela tives In Louisville Mr Sam Merchant visited friends In Lexington Sunday Mr Robert Gum spent Thanksgiving Day In Lexinton Mr Rufus Cromwell spent Thanks giving Day In Lexlnton Mrs Wm Lindsay has returne from a visit to Louisville Capt J M Shedd was the guest 01 DrJ W Gayle this week Mr t Joe LeCompte oJ Lexington was in the city on yesterday Judge J Tevis Cobb of Richmond was in the city on yesterdany Mr Jas F Montgomery Sr spent Thanksgiving Day In Lexington MrGeo M Gayle ot K U Lex I ington was at home for Sunday Mr Jno W Ray attended circus court at Lawrehceburg this week Judge Ira Julian attended circuit court at Dewrenceburg this week Mjlss iQoranel Mattern was the guest of her brother in Louisville Sunday Mrs J B Wood and son Mr Belt Food went to Lexington Saturday Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of State elect was In the city this weekJ Mr Thos D Hinde of Chicago Ills visited relatives here this week Mr GM Alves of Henderson wasI the guest of Mr Guy Barrett this Marl Lindsey of Louisville was the guest of relatives here this weekJudge W E Settle wife and daagh meter visited relatives In Louisville this Joe Murphy visited her sister thlslWeekMr Steele Reading tives J in Shelby county Thanksgiving Day Miss Edith Tuttof Eminence was the gJuestof Miss Jennie Penn this week Senator Tfios H Paynter and wife left Wednesday for Washington CityIMiss Agnes Hu bard was the best of Mrs JD Jb 6wls In Versailles this week Mr J B Lewis of thlsomce spent Thanksgiving Day t yersallleB Mr E E Abbetf Jr of Rose Poly technic Institute Ind Is at home for the holidays Judge J L Dorsey of Henderson was here Thursday night en route from BeaUxvllle Lieut Robert Haff Kentucky State College Is at home for the Thanks giving holidays Miss Westfeldt of Ashe vllle N C Is the guest of her sister Mrs LP Tarltonv Mrs L P Wrlghtof Halt n Is theI guest of her sister Mrs JM Per tins East Main street fiJi i eMrs A D Martin u Florence have gone t tau to visit her daughter MiSS loge Posey holiday Is Mrs Wa H Le1- of gt her m r Mrs IIelm in ille Mr H H Was atten1 A tary day for Mr Clifford ington City tlves here this Mr John C Davl9KMS TOfiited his uncle Mr W J Steele in Wood ford county this week Miss Florrie Rodman left Tuesday for New Yorjc City to visit her brother Mr Thps Rodman Mrs Russell Sneed and son Sam are in Louisville for a surgical operation on Master Sams arm Miss Nora Marshall visited friends In Lexington Saturday and Sunday returning home Sunday night Mrs Dudley Lindsey of Owensboro has returned home after a visit to Mr Jno B Lindsey and wife Mrs W N Collins of Danville was called here by the Illness ofher mother Mrs J O A Vaught Rev L N Thompson and family of Louisville who hove been visiting friends here have returned home Mrs Ed George and children were guests of Mrs C B Wills Third street from Friday until Monday Mrs Mitchell Walker and daughter who have been guests of Judge S W Hager anfl wife have gone to Texas Mrs David Castleman of Shaker town who has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Pepper has returned homo IlMlss Elizabeth Hu san of Hunt W Va was the guest of her sister Mrs R K McClure this week Mr Warren Leonard of Bible Col lege Lexington spent Thanksgiving Day with his brother Dr H M Leonard Mrs W H the of Ironton Ohio who has been guest of Mrs Virginia Hampton West Side has returned home Miss P M Hanley and Miss Alice Hemingway of Louisville were guests of Mr Jno P Hanley and wife this week IRe C R Hudson and wife left for Paris Ind to attend the marriage of his brother returning here on yesterday Miss Hattie Utley of Newark N J who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Jno Will Johnson left Tuesday for homejMrs James Sanford and Miss Marie Sanford of New Castle are guests of JudgeJno D Carroll and wife Third street- Continuedon 01 page 8 RELIGIOUS PENSION EPISCOPAL JHURCH Rev A B Chlnn the roc tor will conduct the services il a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool in the hope ay evening prayer at Z30 V generally invited to at BAPTIST CHURCH Rer Adams the pastor wilt Eh at 11 II m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel I Baracca class at 945 a m taught 37 the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union vrlll meet at 630 p Prayermeeting evening- t 730 in the Chapel Everybody cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas SMaJor rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespersand prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R Zelgler the pastor will IneveJ 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 afm Conference of young men and young women at 645 pm Prayer Meeting evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed CHURCH Rev J S Sims pustur- Sundayschool 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m and 730 p m Epworth League at 645 p m Everybody to attend SOUTHERN PRES B Y T E H I A N CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody i Invited to attend PEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILLThere nrlll be Burr dayschool every Sunday afternoon the schoolhouse at S oclock p pa e DeWitts Little Early Risers tare best pills made They do not gripe Sold by South Co I Llttlir Early Risers The famouw MUle pills HEENEYS Chiffons Laco and Also Fur and in1 ba COATS Our and Suits are I in the See them PIB HEEJNEY I When the baby Is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascas Weel the well known remedy for babies and chil dren will quiet the Utile one in short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by South Co Hr tadyB CoMmon rowucrs are Just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonio blood purifier an They are not food tfmedicine the best in use to petit horse in prime condition Price cents perpackage For sale by J W Gayle and Lt Compte Gayle Dr Wevere Treatment Bjrapportflat be Wood Centobeili akin roptteoi STOVE FOR SALE CHEAP A firstclass Heating Stove is offered at a bargain Can be seen at this of- ficeCASTOR IA For Infants and Tin Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sipature of cMOTHERHIS DEAR rJy dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brun son of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent feels very strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all eases of female weakness anti general debility Weak puny chil dren too are greatly strengthened by them also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all drug gists 50 cents and U bottles a Oustorois full o H fOhliistI mas presents Wool trcss Table Linens Towels and Napkins Gloves Hosiery Neckwear Suits i3rt aks iand7 Silk Underskirts Ribbons Blankets Spreads Infants Sacques and Toques Um brellas A great collection of Handkerchiefs all at popular prices S eour specials in Christmas N ovIelties 5c lOc 15c and Sci II aA J l Wednesday Wednesday METHODIST ovenIng SALE Silks Nebs Robes Laces Feather and Stoles light shades AND SUITS Coats positively the handsomest and cheapest cityJ J a vermifuge Anthracite i Children appetite Guaranteed Goods Furs Scarfs SALEitDUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR tDurocfor sale Apply to me at Switzer G W QUARLES Or at South Trimbles place where they are at present No 162mi j c rl DoWltts Carbolized Witch Hazel IjoUgblySouth Co e STREET CAR LINE Cars leave Capital Hotel Main nilAnn streets for South Frankfort commencing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1016 p m For Park At 015 II m und 3 curs per hour until 1015 p m For IminutesltbEmy Risers r The fanmuw little pirfDISEASECANCERPURIFER FREE If your blood i pure thin dls eased hot or full of humors if roe have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism og any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists of by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B Bis ee poclally advised for chronic deey seated cases as lt cures at eraJ1It1H falls Mar 21y I iI q x iJit f fI I Suits and loakst For Thanksgiving at special values One lots Black Braid Trimmed Cloaks till lined 10 value for 8 Special lot Suits at 15 and 2ON jl 3 v v Childrens Oaks extra values at 350 600 and 900 r1FAR L n S r1 toaI LFRESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT i Resolutions of respect to the memory of Mrs Rebecca Triplett Samuel adopted by the Laides Mis slonary Benevolent and Sewing So cieties of the First Presbyterian Church of Frankfort Ky Whereas In the wisdom ot an In crutable God the angel of death has pken to the brighter land our beloved sister and associate in Chris tlan work Rebecca Trlplett Samuel therefore Resolved By the Ladles Missionary Benevolent and Sewing Societies of the First Presbyterian Church that with hearts bowed In taorrow under the decree of divineI eProvidence we bear testimony to those exalted virtues that were the jewels in her crown of life to that zeal and eranestriess in works of be nevolence that knew no tiring to that kindliness of disposition that blended with traits of dignity and nobility of bearing to those charms of social worth that ever made her presence R 1welcome to that love and gentleness that carried smiles and brought sun shine to the pomes of those who were the subjects of her tenderest minis trations There is a vacancy In our ranks that can scarcely be filled to the measure she gave yet the fra li grance of a memory sq freightedwlth good deeds so full of the incense of Jlove and so worthy of emulation will live In our hearts and be the inspira tion of our lives Resolved That to those whose sor trowIs greatest because of the closer ris ties that bound them to her we ten der our deepest sympathies In their t r affliction and trust that the mercy of an Allwlse Being may soften the leadtintotl Ref lved That these resolutions be d in full upon the minutes of the 1splrea that a copy be furnished ml1y of the deceased and copies II t to the city papers for publlca- tlpni fi Joseph H Lewis Chapter U b C t q met In called session and offered these resolutions Whereas By the rifling of Divine i Providence our sister and Vfrlond Mrs Rebecca T Samuel has catered Into rest be it Resolved That ty jhe passing of Mrs Samuel qiir chapter fine suf- f ered loss She was a ready willing 4 Vand consecrated Corker In pertaining to theJlDo t Cnuseour treasurer for nany years audby kindly presence aiding and influent ing the spirit of heroic patriotism and tender Memories The city has lost a valued co ess Goods and Silks Q y Tonal vale rir- j r n Serge allV 5 i r Fine Brja e 36 in Black Taffeta dojl r 27 in Chiffon Taffeta 100 Mercerized Challi for waists 25c lead worker In every line of civics and local Interest The chuch a most faithful friend and conscientious member Mrs Samuel was a native Ken tucklarf born in Franklin county wife of E L Samuel of this city and their home was noted for a gra cious and delightful hospitality She was one of the carter mem bers of JosephH LewisChapter and her entire life was spent In sympathetic and devoted duty to God and neighbor Resolved That the condolence of the chapter be tendered the husband and sorrowing family and that these resolutions be published in the Roundabout and spread upon the minutes of chapter No fitting time or place merited as this speak her P Ise the ITO pallow of hpr faceIdewy roses memories days We bid her sleep and rest devoid of sorrow Knowing that this is best And on the morrow We shall claim her ours Walking amid the flowers The Daughters weep while sheshe- is asleepMISS PATTIE LUCY MRS J E MILES MRS N S COXCommittee THAN S DAYiGENER ALLY OBSERVEDIThursday was served as Thanksgiving Day in this cityServices were held at thet Catholic Episcopal and First Presbyterian Churches separately and the regular Union service was held at the First Baptist Church by the congregations of the Christian Methodist Southern Presbyterian and Baptist Churches ministersRev S Sims being the new pas tor ottl1e Methodist Church the custom being to have the minister youngest in service preached the union sermon to a very large audi ence Sims is an eloquent and force ful preacher IThe places of business were gen erally closed especially in the after noon Sudden Death A singular death occurred In this on The twotand HubertrhornelonLebnnontobacco which it ate dying in agony a few hours after It is sup posed the tobacco hadj Parts green hon it = REST MADE EASY There Will be Less Sleeplessness When Learn ThIsICant rest at night A lame a weak or an aching one Doans Kidney Pills are for bad backs I They cure every form of klndney ills1 From common backache to dlaI betes They are endorsed by Frankfort people C V Webber of 426 Rig tMrs Frankfort Ky says The dragging down pains in the small of the back were terrible At night I suffered most and I fairly dreaded go to bed for the aching after I lay down was really more than I coul endure I could hardlyHie on my back linresult I have lain awake for hours suffering torture and arose In the morning more tired than when I retired There was also a weakness of the kidneys the secretions being Irregular and distressing which had bothered me ever since I was a child Not until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W rpg store was I able to find anything that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching until It stopped and good sound refreshing sleep fol lowed The difficulty with tho kidney secretions was greatly relieved As a result my health became con siderably better than It had been forImonths before I commenced the of Doans Kidney Pills Jor sale by all druggists Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other FISAL COURT TO MEET The Franklin County Fiscal Court will meet at the courthouse on December 5th for the purpose of elect Inga keeper for the poor farm for the ensuing year and taking up other matters pertaining to the busi ness of the county This meeting may proVe quite an important one as it will be the last held during the present year Mr Tilden Harrod who is the present keeper of the poor farm will it is understood be reelected for another term as It is claimed he has made a good official and conducted the place to the satisfaction of the county officials and the unfortunates under his care as well ti J OLD TAYLOR THE REMIERl IIJ 1 KENi T U C K Y W Hill S K E Y l Y FrankfMrt KMtucky L H TAYLOR Jr i IONI FrNritr d 1 I I I j Avely beautif ushow iJ U E S A GREATER FOR 1 de Vehicles ti Pfpr The public have at last come to the e CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at anyIpll ly Iethingf iii perfect satisfaction drop ee you We know we can prices All we ask is an tter with you 1 Grriage Goz fF Jf ERSAILIrES KYA H K WARD President PLRSONALS Continued from page 2 Mr E L Samuel and Mr W TI Llndsey and wife left Monday night for Tryon N C where Mr Samuel will rest for a time ICapt M H Insko of Carlisle has been acting as Stamp Deputy in thistcity this week during the absence of Mr Grant L Roberts IMrs Annie B Hawkins and daugh ter Miss Merty and son Jesse of Lexington were guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis this week Mr James F Montgomery Jr of State Colege came down to spend the holidays with his parents Mr Jas F Montgomery Sr and wife Miss Terese McDermott Miss Annie Thornton and Mrs Smith of Paris were guests of Mr J P Hanley and wife Thanksgiving Day Miss Katie McCarty and Master Raymond McCarthy of Chicago Ills are guests of their cousin Mrs Dani J McElllgott Steele Street a 1Mr1Deputytrip to recuperate his health whIchS has become impaired by close confine ment to office work Mrs M B Adams and sons Mar shall and Charles who have been a guests of her parents Air A K Mar shall and wife in Mason county returned home Friday night IMr and Mrs Otis Georgetown Mr Tom McLaughl1Jf and sister Miss Margaret ton took supper with Goodwin on Wednesday evening and attended the ball of the Pastime Club at the Frankfort Hotel that night rpf lkU attire is on every box of Use genuine Laxative DromeQuinine Tablet tin noMdr that cares a cold la a Uy i i c M BROWNING y Sec and Treas Thomas A Edison the great American inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improper food or too 1 much food people are inclined to overindulge themselves This is where indigestion finds its beginning- In nearly every case The stomach- can do just so much work and no more and when you overload It or you eat the wrong kind of food digestive organs can not possibly do the work demanded of them it f is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and also warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and Indigestion You should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same Juices J i found in a healthy stomach It Isi t pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by south CoIThere is nothing bttter for stomach troubles than Kodol which con tains the same juices found in a fine healthy stomach Kodol is offered on guarantee plan for the relief oft burn flatulence sour stomach belching of gas nausea and all other stomach troubles So at times when you dont f ljust right when your are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition and you are cross and Irritable take little Kodol It digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold by South Co KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH r Kings INew Discovery IIFOR C8ifS TIsa PIlICBI ANt ALL THROATANDlUNlUOUILEI GUAZWTUD fUTIrlOZO ox KOJrJIY UTUXDSD Z- llt Kene z pRESIGNED Miss Evelyn Tully who has been for several years the of the Kings Daughters resigned her position superlntendl Tor her former home burg Ohio for a I The directors part with regret- Negotiations are on for another t well equipped superintendent to fill t vacancyI 11 COUNTRY HOME BURNS We regret to learn that Mr Samuel I Wiley who lives near Antloch Churct on the Bald Knob Pike had- the misfortune to have his home Tuesdayfposed that it caught from a defective Hue Mr Wiley recently purchased this patcottage home from Mr Linn Lewis The loss was about 1500 We did not learn whether there was imy Insurance a t CHANGE IN OFFICERS OF INTER- URBANt LINES q At a meeting of the officers of the flue Grass Traction Co held at Lex CogilettePresident and was succeeded by Mr John Blair McAfee of Philadelphia Mr Robert T Gunn General Man ager also resigned to accept a better place with an Indiana line Mr Gunn was succeeded by Mr J R Crawford of Fort Wayne Ind The new office of Auditor was created anit Mr 0 R Bilbrow of Mississippi was elected to the position It was determined positively that the schedule between this city and Lexington would be materially short ned l care star SrhoursGeneralMannger along the lines and in this city by his urbanity andemcIO will tirt lh Mm h nOrAI 1tI 1 OClOCktP tg m1 1 adl 10 x Orden of Ex March and Over rankfor Ceremonies from thr By the OfBcersj Opening Ode The Great R pBy the Lodge The TJi Invocation By the Acting Chaiain WLr C R Hudson Solo tb d indsay Memorial Ad Winkle of denli s B Great Ruler- Allseeing I Look down ui AndbealHgl9- Ohl hear our prays be onore idead While bearing in our mind The memories graven on each heart For Auld Lang Syne The honored dead of Frankfort Lodge No 630 William H tone Lee A Cohen William F1 Barret Michael Buckley John T Gray Wm CIden on Arrangements ICommittee W P Graham R W McRery C E Booe G L Roberts J M VanDerveer e REV EDWIN KAGIN This brilliant and accomplished a young missionary arrived In Korea tIo as foreign pastor of the First Pres byterian Church of1 Frankfo which church has undertaken his sup port in that field Chong Ju is a city of lOOOff i habitants but is surrounded by many villages The Mission Station is one of the newer ones and is expected to give the gospel to 800000 0 Kagin had tho privilege of a I Rapid changes of temperature ire hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking agal1Ita biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding col- dEmulsionScotts strengthens the Jody so that it can better withstand the danger ofcold from changes of temperature ti4L 4 it wilt help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUGGISTS I SOC AND SKOO I I i t tending the brganlzatlon ofvtho first presbytery in orealiSeven native Koreans were prdained to the min istry This is thd beglnlng of a native Korean church which It is hoped may be selfsustaining and selfpropagating in this generation The tends of Mr Kahn are eprner ig and praylngMat ho may antly successful In the 0 c of winning the heathen to I f lss its me m th of it In fullness e mot noon the night the toll play intf flu bse by the path the withered vspray The dew the isong the Alight the grayI of the summer tFrankfort Ky rEATH OF MR SAMUEL RIN GOLD Just after our paper had gone to reIcelvedthe Secretary of the Elks Lodge of tliat11Mrn a passed away at the local hospital- It will be remembered that we announced la our paper the fact that androur hole that he would recover Mr Rlngold was a stout vigorous and manly young fellow genial and wholesouled He jvas 29 years ot age lit His family have the sympathy of our whole community In their bitter remains were sent to Louis yiHe for interment la you cant be well ft you have a weak unhealthy tired out stoniabb Neither batt you foolgood If by some little irregularity in eating you have caused th6 stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of 3ndigesttotiwhich may and wary often do turn into a very bad case of dyspepsia Dont allow this to go one o single day without doing something to overcome it Take some good reliable and safe dlgestant like Kodol for dyspepsia Kodol is the Nest roriiedy known to day for heart burni belching and all troubles arising from a disordered digestion It is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold by South Co aVISITED SKATING RINK A party of Versailles young people the Interurban tortthe Coliseum Skating RlnltI latena did time It Is getting to be quite a fad of the good people of Versailles to come in that way There have been excursionst INTERURBAN BRINGING TRADE li TO FRANKFORT Incoming interurban cars from WOodford county were heavily loaded with passengers Wednesday afternoon and many people from that sec tion came to Frankfort to do their majoritytmale persuasion and many of the latter carried bank home with them- various packages of ascertain kind of fluid which is said to be a surer preventative of indigestion even in its worst form if judiciously taken before eating turkey The interurban in other ways proving a valuable feeder to the rldeI of Frankfort and all lines of business have been greatly benefltted since the opening of the road and have noted new customers and largely increased sales of all classes of goods People come to Frankfort to do theIr buying now from a territory that formerly did its trading in Versailles or lLexngtoni and the tvolumo wlll goon Increasing from day to day and week to week Plpm inttfuttlkpviWI axative i Syrup i ti JI J NATURES CURE FOR CONS lIPAlIO r i Br Your Doctor f j n4 tIAskAnd he will tell you Lax tiveFfuifs and their eXtra tS t rre the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a i normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines x LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUPis st Fruit and Vegl- table Compoundand if usejdin Constipation will bring 1about a complete cure nadfngrquo ti symptoms ias Sick headache ess Bloated Feeling etc I Ymir money will be returned if you do nnot like itbetter th any other you have tried ij ALL DRUG1 ISIS 25e AND 60c PER BOTTLE a Tobacco Bellows Blowers 4 JifHoes Forks Spades u pif Ir IISbythe1 Oilk tff Thresher MachIne 6rI T ulirfsf filMonkeyPipeUlEitti1igsiand i Wrnchef4 fi JL1fti t FRANK GISTAGG l i 0 Ir r If11i ia dg Hardware Paints OilsfEtc J r y i 1nJ w1 a cif JI t ffC r J I r j tJiplj Machine Go t i t I 1 HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY it rt Dealers in t and Repairers of 4 d Machinery and Machine 1fi Supplies f tf iff Kinds i 1 1 Both NewiIId Secondhand I WE NAVE FOR tALEv I Ir It It 9 Ixhorae Power Pertabie1Enplne i ni blur Ij j Tenhon Power Stationary Steam Engine T Nlnahoiee Power Hgan Gasolln inI and Grist MliI Turn a u f200i1NhelaCajacitye l 1fJi ijJ t iBOTH PHONES r t TKSTJffdgSof HoiuJity PlerceGoldonModlcal list of the ingredients composing it is printed there ln plalh English Forty roars of experience has proven ltd superior worth as a blood purifier and invigorat ing tonicfor tho euro of stomach disorders knd all liver ills It builds tip the run down system as no other tonic can in which alcohol Is used Tho active medic final principles of native roots such as anMandrakorroot k Cherrybark are extracted and preserved the nae chbmlcally pure ofinodglycerino Sond1ipDrR V Plerco mtlJuflald N YT for free booklet which Quotes extracts from wollrocognlzod med lKn lttlf4c ei4V a4Drs YttvtIinTnur into ScUdaer Coo Elllngwood and host of otlte showing that these rdit theircurativactionaccompanied by Indigestion or dyspepsia IIbllloueorliyercomplain- andNn ro wasting diseases where the ls los h and gradual running down oft strength and r r hey o nMedkdla maker is ad invl r es- e tes e s t stem pimpmind ea lings and old openrunnlngsorea or ulcers sro cured and healed In treating old running sores or ulcers itl8woll to ln sure their healing to applyto4heh Dr ponrdrndistin ppostagetBmpsand Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y and Salvetsecretno1rnmatedicine OFXNOWN coMPosrrtow n05 maytherebyPleasant PeIrets ieirand stomach liver and bowels j Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take rs candy PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL The City Council which has served the past two years held its meetI g Monday night and the now Count elected in November will be in pie saddle for the next two The Balers of the city did not conduct a preat deal of business at heir fare well seance but several measures of some Importance received proper con sideration and attentionjIt was agreed that a donation of 4300 should be made by the city to g the Inaugural Fund and it will help very materially to swell the amount t j Available for the purpose of making the ceremonles attendant on the incoming of the new Governor as Im posing as has been the case on former 1uoccnsloti AttorneyI4bin services in the case of the City of Frankfort v Montgomery came up again and caused considerable dls cugslon after which the whole mat ter was referred back to a committee R esldenters of a section of Conway street object to the location of a More room at that point and sent a petition to the Council protesting agallnst the building of one by a Mr t3udgell It was referred r Permits were granted to Mr JohnJ C Hawkins to erect a ont fast Main Street and one to MrJJ en I ONan to build of cottage in Gaines 1 IflWiAert owners throughout the city to romovedJAlter allowing a number of accounts an adjournment was had The finest coffee substitute ever made has jgcehtly been produced- Dr Ijy Shoop of Rapine WIs You don t have to boll it twenty or thirty pIn t4wtes Made in a minute says the doctor Healtn Coffee is really the closest coffee imitation ever yet pro Iuced Coffee Imitation is made ro- mtlIJure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really Jf would fool an export were he to unknowingly drink it for coffee Capital Pharma c ccy T fj DELIGHTFUL ECTUREl Prof Rutnam delivered a delight Jul and instructive leceure at the Parish House of the Episcopal OwIngito a number Of other attractions in the city the audience was not as large as the merits of the lecture warranted Prof Rutnam was introduced by Mlsa Lilian Llndsey the President of the Womans Club In whoso interest the actress was delivered in a net and appropriate address Prof Rutnam brought put many 1 facts in reference to India and her 1people hitherto unknown here u r i O1Odean lifigaatare t of A1he 7 b y LOCATE TOPICS Foot ball skating rinks and huntin keeping the doctors and undertakers busy throughout th land and the three mentions appear to bo runnInga race as to which shall cause the most accidents during the cooler months when the are most Though unters lave InVlgugone to the State in search of to a respect able have been anerabbits they have peen so plentiful that local lovers of this description o sport are having the time of their lives and the cottontails are under going a heartbreaking experience e Although the Chevalier Peter de Rossak the sculptor has departed from Frankfort that heroicsized Indian handwilll be Carved on the face of the high cliff at Col Jas A scott s bungalow near the famous Indian Rock on the rushing Elkhorn Just the same The Chevalier before he loft made a model of the head outlined the same on the cliff and the work will be finished by Capt Morgan Browner and Ed Moran Capt Brawner has had in serious contemplation the project of stand1 leg In the valley below the cliff and with a rifle shooting the rock mass from around the outline thus Completing the taskin a unique fashion Being one of the most expert riflemen in the country he in capable of performing the feat too Col Scott in order to add still further iSImakingpatterns such as flintlocks and like contrivances of the olden times and will have them on display at his pretty resort He will alsocollect flint arrowheads tomahawks spear heads and other implements of tho chase a of war used by the sun brownedsons of the forest who made heir haunts 1n this Section of old Kentucky These alsiywill be fea- luredat his place for the edification of his guests in the future Now that a new Railroad Commis stoner in the person of Col L P Tarlton has been elected in this dis tries perhaps hocan learn for tho people of Frankfort why It is that While 12 or 14 C Q freight trains pass through Frankfort every twenty receiveof whatever description at this point If this is not discrimination what is it t t According to the present rate of progress being made the people ofI Old Crow and Old Taylor neighborhoods will be enabled to come toI Frankfort over the new Kentucky Highland Railroad by inaugUration day at the furthestI An Anderson county gentleman who was in the city Monday stated to the writer that the people of the neighboring county had revived the talk of the probable building of an intorurban road from Lawrenceburg- to the Capital City He stated also that the citizens of Anderson were more than anxious to get in closer touch with Frankfort and would go their length to bring about such a result Roosevelt so abhors the trusts themintTrust from the new tendollar gold pieces now being coined Teddy is tho champion trustbuster of this or other age and he rightly con siders It a sacrilege of or blasphemy to link the word trust with that of God in the same sentence There is a revival of tho talk among Frankfort people of starting- a flouring mtyl in this city A proms nent citizen In speaking of the matter the other day remarked in the hearing of the writer It is a lasting shame that a of fifteen thousand people suchas Frankfort now is should be without an industry of this description when every hamlet of three or four thousand souls Inthe Blue Grass has a flourrmak ing mill of large capacity The Cap Ital Citr Is enriching those neighboring towns when it could keep the money paid out for flour in the channels of local trade Just as well V II Bread Is a necessity to every house hold and patriotism would Insure a ready sale for the product of a first ofgwhile a rol etor flour mill Is not among our pres lent industries t A resident of the West Sl4i f the spoakingqQGhey this week said A new forhj 1ijtj Kentucky nge09EI hcr wok Iti tl9 ddI rdbu doufWe are going afteFJ the county and cl give us a respectf pare for the buildin structure within a reaSn time t we will raise such a r hat the will be glad to come across NEW RISE A SUCCESS FROM THE tART The well known pluck and energy of Messrs C Kagln Bros has brought forth anew enterprise which opened up for business on Tuesday last in the shape of a five and t the cent storeIgoods barbalns offered are wonderful The store has been crowded with customers ever since the opening day Notwithstanding i the money stringency it has taken the hustling work of more than twenty clerks to keep thingsgolng These gentlemen deserve and have won success by their integrity and uprightness their word being as good asa pond We congrtulate them and the com munity upon their success 4I I When the stomach heart or kid neys get weak then thesES organs al ways fail Dont drug the stomach nOf stimulate the heart or kidneys That is SImply a makeshift Gets a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr ShoopsriRejftora tlvgThe Restorative is prepared ex neqesStrengti1jp with Dr Shoopa Restoratiye tabr lets or liquidand see how quickly help will come Free sample test ent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health ia surely worth this simple test Capital BAPTIST I SUPPER YI The ladles Aid Society of the Baptist Church held their supper in the old chapel of the Church on Tuesday night last Notwithstanding the four or five other entertainments the city that night there was a good crowd present and quite a snug sum was obtained These ladies always give the worth of your money In thefr suppers 1JawsrTightly Locked From SpasmsPhysicians Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles NervineCur d rMy Wife successfullytriedders but ney erjhas it made abetter recordf than spasmsThousandsnearly every instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedincomrpencedhavlna paralyzedgave got some but in a shdrt timeshe had another attack She was confined to herb d for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently tome times severe Her hands cramp so we could not them and she lockedFinallygood a storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that Jcot some more She has taken a number of bottles but has nevcrhmlafiuinrctaking the first dose She s ve of Dr Miles Nerve and LlyerPllls and ir never without them If there is nay way of makxing this testimonial do so of the the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ME1kville Iiticoa Nervous arid Heart Diseases Addrae- Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart fadP p t f l4i t T NAl tCr r t risk rr Iw3saIr1L soPSLEEP- 1t 1hcSimiIe S oC NEW YORK ctgpof o t i N y f t r 1 tx o fiil11 at- Hay Seeds On 7 o 4 I1m IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the and largest room in itsyhousewife neat asany heater made It Is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be sold Thousands housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms makidg it last for years without repairs Made only by a UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 27451 RICHMOND VA Trial Catarrh treatments are being out free on request by Dr Shoop WIs These testa Ira to the a costthe great value of this scientific prescription to drug everywhere as Dr Snoops Ca rrh Remedy Sold by Capitol r i t L J which has been- Signature of Jidcr his per its infancy cccivo you in this asgoodre but trey the oft Exrr 1af t- ItA nlI ili VS B- tVbOver i Thirty Year- sCATOR1A ONMN155WT0aaone RflEflfi tSMADEFROM a iPE OF MADISON FLOURt Ait YOUR GRCECjQR For Straw Salt Potatoes and Produce Call HE1SE SONS SvST CLAIR STREET Both honesa Gosbateut lirTiglit Baker and Heatfer coldest orChristmas nailed Racine peoplewithout pennys known IT HEATS AN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made r Stomach troublts heart and ttd ney ailments cah be quickly corrected with a prescription known to the druggists everywhere as Dr Shoopt Restorative The prompt and BUN prising relief which thlsyremedyjimv J mediately brings is entirely due to ita restorative action upon the control ing nerves of the stomach etc CapK tol Pharmacy r 5ti f- vR CJiJ t AIN 1t FQR 8tt NEURALGIASCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE I PAIN IN CHEST INWSTOMACH SLEEPLESSNE MARRIED i COFFEYPYNE In this city on Tuesday Mr Thomas Coffey and Miss Nora Pyne were married i GORDON ALEAXNDERIn this County on Tuesday Mr John Gordon and Miss Viola Alexander were inarrledV thiCountyson and Miss Margaret SDunevan Were married by Rev If D Stucke STEWARTRIPPLE this city On Tuesday Mr Wm Stewart and Miss Lutie Hiple were married t MARTINFORSEE The announce ment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr T Ellsha Martin and Miss Lutie Forsee daughter of Mrs Anna MForsee The wedding will occur at the home of the bride on Broadway street on Wednesday De camber 11th DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA j ENTERTAIN The Daughters of America held their Thank giving entertainment in Odd Fellows Hall It was largely I attended and much enjoyed B FRENFRENCH ACQUITTED The jury in the noted case of Commonwealth v French charged With complicity in the killing of Jas B Marcum brought In a verdict of acquittal on Thursday at Beattyvllle A lawyer tersely put it guilty bu not proved r tiaml Not a remedy that eietortcd limbs of chronic cripplot nor turn rowtha back to flesh again la impossible Brit Ian now sureltk1ll the pains and pen 0 tbu deplorable disease In Germanrnrith a Chemist In tko City of I found the last Ingredient with Which perfected Dr d lep Without de t last I tucceufullr treated many fcemiy cures eeeofIhemmattsmbutnowatlaetituni all curable oases of Much dreaded disease Those sandlike granular Waste found Rheumatic Blood s to dlssolra Bad pea away under the action of this remedy reely a does who added to pure water Affil than when dieeolred these poieoaone wastes- freely pass from the system and the cause of slim is forever There Is now no 11M111 o tottnfler o ono massed Ibe1p We sell la ooofldaao Dr Shoops umatic Remedy CAPITOL PHARMACY t r J- a l r r JURY SECURED IN POWERS CASE A jury was finally secured In the Powers case at Georgetown on Thursday It Is composed of 6 Des IndnpendentsThe of evidence commenced yesterday i TerDEPOT IMPROVEMENTS ALMOS COMPLETED It is the desire of the L Railroad people to have the new approaches to the depot completed by Ion day in order to facll tate the handling of the large vol nine of passennger fame which will center at Frankfort on that occasion and those in charge of the work are hopeful that It will be finished o time The um ella shed is also well under way and will doubtless be completed at the same time The L N will then finish Improving the plot of ground in front of the western end of the new passenger station after which the city will pave Broadway from Ann to High street with vitrified brick The whole neIghbor hood will then present a vastly im proved appearance more in keeping thtA HARD DEBT TO PAY I owe a tU bt of gratitude that neverj9 paid off writes G S Clan of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dl savory doth lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Di covery The ominous dry hackln g cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles madoft complete cure Njathing has over equaled New Discovery for cough colds and all throat and lung com plaints Guaranteed by all druggists 60 cents and 1 Trial bottle free For Vale by all drugg- istsilPORx 1 O I th- Iilpr r o FTS OF INDIVIDUALITY w IIbibition an exceptional assortment of distinctive id and Silver There is an air of exclusiVeness and A gtire collection that marks its superiority when WIDShiPoir e can execute orders for us us have the orders early I JEWELER 4 YO j E AT IT GOOD IeDRMI S1TI PILLS eadathe RheumatismlI 58111 J Ii V TAKE UNm oF the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE ATMS nnaMr IE B Mefford Mrs Mefford was a member of the Stamping Ground Baptist Church The funeral services Were conducted tby Rev A Paul BagbY amP the inter ment was at Stamping Ground I oMONYHANIn this city on Sun day morning Mr Edward Monyhan aged about 40 years of pneumonia Mr Monyhan was employed on the plastering contract at the new capl ofTleaves awife and two children It Is said that he was a fine manly uinI 1The remains were Shippel to New Orleans La his former home for In terment WALLACE After a lingering ill Hess in this city on Monday Mf Ben jamin Wallace brother of Mr Linden- n Wallace MARRS In this city on Monday morning Mrs Mary Williams Marrs wife of Mr R H Marrs and qnly daughter of Mr F M Williams aged about 22 years Only a few short months since Mrs Marrs was united to the man of her choice and now the bonds of love are judely severed by the death angel Mrs Marrs was a devoted member- e of the First Baptist Church having united with it when a little girl She leaves beside her husband a futJierand two brothers to mourn her untimely death She was an amiable and loveable sadlykand friends sThe funeral services were con ducted by her pastor Rev Dr M B Murrayalatreetwere laid away in the family lot In our city of the dead Our symparthy goes out to the bereft SHELBURNId Shelby county on Thursday Mr John Shelburn about 80 years of age Mr Shelburn was the fatherinlaw of Mr J W Tlchenor He leaves two daughters and three sons The funeral will take place on Sunday morning In Shelbyvllle If you have HeadacheTry m W l They Relieve Pain I Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk Fruit OrnamentalTrees Shrabs Grape Viies Asparaggs Everytbiag for Orchard Lawn lid Qardei We employ dO afcsts Catalogue application HF Hillenmeyer Sons LexiflgloH Ky Oct 128- mLouisville flllantiB Ballwau EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty vllle and intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXQEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvlllo and intermediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and fe30 p ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train eaves Versailles for Richmond and Intermediate points at 730 p ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 p m The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betw Frankfort and Nlcholasvilke Kich mond Irvine Beatyvllle and Interme diate points For further Information addrM HR SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Oct 6ly KennedysLaxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels Relieves coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat chest and bronchial tubes Aa pfoasaat to the taste MMfo Sugar Children Like It FK IACKMHEWEAK Try M Witt i KMMJ itawkf fWifWl M4 SM SOW br Soutt ft 09J J 1 Chesapeake Ohio Rjf Schedule IB effect NIT 25 1008 solo Ject to ckaHgewltkeat notice t1 III J Limited fer L Rlsville NaskylHc l ez 5 pkis West ud Soathwest 9201 M DailyLimited 1f Fer TTasklagteH Baltimere Philadel phia New Yak Bickiuad Old PelBt and Norfolky 1016 111 nisi 601 P M Daily 28lyr r- l lThetf Daniel A Bugh says of DeWIttS Kid ney and Bladder Pillar I am doing ilso well and Improving fast In r health that I can not say too muck for i your kidney and bladder pills I feel K ftflike newman DeWitts Kidney an X lJITHE SECRET O No Girl You cannot oil an aubautat on me lvebeenuslu1AUgustFlowersincei I was fForty million bottles of August Nlow sold In the United States alone since ltd introduction And the demand forltla still growing Isnt that a fine showiag of success Dont it Flower has had unfailingsuccess tttJa ppineIQDoesAugust Flower is a sure specific for stomach and intestinal disorders that if is the best ofcall liver regulators August Flower has a matcaleas rssiHh of over in curing the ailing mSU lions of thesedisttelling complaints e JTwo a 350 and 7Sc AU J For aale by J W falls- WantedGood country sage Appljf to Bowen Henry East Main street Oct 26tt r oJ J Ii 1fi t inI 1L rt khtJJiiOur stock of the various articles is ihtii thISilty Dont 1f11 t 1 c ARIZONA i tlYAN D COOK 9y4i t i 4L J Y L j Meat Choppers all kinds and prices Carving Sets- Butchers Clevers Butcher Knives 1 tY Poultry Sporting Goods all of Shot Guns Rifles Shot Guns i Powder Shot Winslow Fibre Rink Skates Steel Side j Walk Skates Smokeless and Black Powders Loaded Shells r Our Cutlery l Department kt lyIII id Miss Scissors and Shears every pair guaranteed Rogers 1847 j Knives Forks Griffon Carbon Mag netic Razors Rogers cket Knives Gillette Safety Razors Swift Safety Razors Pittsburgh ElectricWeld Fence HorsesiHogs Stock and found i Y h 4 n i it 1 Jt JI r tv For of Kinds DoubleBarrel and SingleBarrel AirMRifles and Roller t Table and Wostenholm Coa1Cil Heating Stoves 350 1 5 Vie tJt STOVES Ii J Consisting Rochester Silver Nickled Ware Sj Chafing Dishes 300 to 1200 Baking Dish es X150 to 6Soup 1 Toureens400to 600 j Coffee Pots Tea Pots Cake Trays Eruit Bas kets Pitchers Tea SetsJand Trays all shapes and sizes rp G oifEiFEi8zcDI If j 307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones rJ I ji- jS lS 1fJ ft I ifr 91 f Purcha made no may be laid aside and slivered when wishedd- bef eChrist- p cn= = uw kip is ChrzC old store which has hoyised over a Early in the spring expect to the new e now being erected for us the finest in Cen tral We expect to make this last holiday season the old store the busiest it has ever seen To that we have the most varied ax stocks holiday goods have ever Every the store is crammed with gifts rom the most to the most A OF DOLLS TOYS CHINA CUT GLASS j il MIRRO S and bought at a price which J enables us to sell all articles worth or more at an average OF T YOU A ttyis extent could r oply by a store immense outletit is well worth while a trip just to sle the many in fjI UPSTAIRS In the Christmas Room DOLLS Bring the Little Folks to See Them PTheir eyes will open wide with joy for surely Santa never gathered together in one place so many dolls before There are little dolls and big dolls dolls all dressed up in the daintiest of clothes and dolls all ready for the little ones to dress just as they see best dolls with curls rag dolls and the finest of kid dolls infact we believe FrankfortPricesTOYS If the little girls eyes open wideat the dolls the boys have their innings with the toys Drums trains magic mechanical en gines trains that run on their own tracks Bears balls doll beds and furniturealmost eveiiy conceivable kind of a toy isJ t MEDALLIONS An unusually beautiful line of these ranging from very inex pensive ones up to exceedingly handsome subjects 25c to 10 00 The most exquisite line of sample china it has ever been our priv ilege to handle Cups and saucers plates bowls salad dishes vases chocolate pots j collection of all thats best and daintiest We know of nothing more suitable for holiday remembrances OUTCLASS An exceedingly handsome collection of cut glass samples in the sentto be depleted You make it a point to see these early f thingsImany just as And remember that oh all articles worth 100 or more you effectanave age impossible An average saving of 5on holiday puiv chases offered in our novelty department will this the busiest store in Frank fort this December DAYS NOV 29TH splay We Nave fiver Madeil lwIfHIS our last inme HLB of cenjHpr we move in magnificent Kentucky in do provided1 attractive of we gathered together department of ranging inexpensive luxurious UPSTAIRS IS GREAT PURCHASE MEDALLIONS BRICABRAC 100 SAlTING ONEFIFTH purchase of be wflfcn to McClures beautiful articles embraced itIl golden lanterns railroad Teddy hereSCHINAS etea should DOWNSTAIRS In Their Usual Departmentsr SMOKING JACKETS t If theres a man anywhere who does not appreciate the comfort of a smoking jacket we have yet to find him We have prepared our elaborate selection at from 500 to 1200 BATH AND LOUNGING ROBES fJEqually as as the smoking jacket are these l Iit toseveralveryhandsome 1 HANDKEROHIEFS Linen and silk handkerchiefs never lose their places as amongiIthe most appropriate gifts Silk handkerchiefs at 25c to 200 Linen handkerchiefs at 25c to 50c Initial handkerchiefs rat 25c and 15c each TIESIts sufficient to fay about our holiday neckwear that its even more gorgeous than usual Prices run from 25oto 200 but at 50 and 100 the varieties are unusual MUFFLERS At from 50c to 350 you will find an unusually comprehensive showing of these appropriate gifts for men DRESS SUIT OASES TRAVELING BAGS Among tHe most luxurious of gifts for either m nor woman beingtheFELT AND LEATHER SLIPPERS For men and women Dolge felt slippers this fallpare unusuallyjattractive Prices 100 to 250 I V SWEATERS For the boys and girls arejust right 100 tp 150 KID GLOVES A pair of Fownes gloves can not be surpassed as a gift for the i man Prices from 200 to 3 50 for Fownes Other good makesfrom 100 up VThen there are shIrts socks fancy vests for the men purses IJwrist bags for the women silk umbrellas for everyone BIBLES t The McClure stock of these the most appropriate of all holidayi presents is complete and at very moderate pricesI t x II We extend a special invitation to all the children in town to see the Christmas thiDgShereI i fi u I w t I r tt